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Old 12-15-2001
Feedback on Script.

Hi all,

Would like to get some feedback on a scrip that I've finished writing at home for work.

Any constructive feedback from operations used to legibility, etc. would be appreciated - anything at all. It's my first real script that will be running on a clients server.

The script is Monthly_sar .
A copy of one of the data files being read is here .

# 2  
Old 12-15-2001
Quick feedback:
[list=1][*]No Version Control in script (version number, date).[*]No author information or revision history.[*]No URL to archive where updated source may be found.[/list=1]

Just my quick thoughts. The last one might not be so important, but the first two are, even if the script is only used by one person.
# 3  
Old 12-16-2001
Thanks Neo.
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